From the Daily News:
Kim supporters and religious leaders began the day outside Republican headquarters, trying to make hay over Halloran's acknowledged involvement in a pre-Christian pagan religion, Theodism.
"By comparing animal blood sacrifices with the Jewish dietary laws of keeping kosher, it's no wonder that Dan Halloran's religion is supported by neo-Nazis and white supremacists," said Michael Dovid Sais, a Jewish Kim supporter.
The anti-Halloran protesters claim the religion furthers anti-Catholic and anti-Semitic views - something a Jewish leader who stood with Halloran yesterday in Whitestone was quick to dispute.
"It's a clear sign of a desperate campaign," said Halloran, a lawyer.
Fact: Dan Halloran never compared the sacrifice that his religion partakes in to "keeping kosher". He made the comparison to kapparot, which is a Jewish blood animal sacrifice whereby an animal is slaughtered to atone for a person's sins and then the meat is donated to feed the poor. Or perhaps similar to the halal tradition that takes place in slaughterhouses across the borough which the Queens Tribune presented in a positive light last week.
Fact: The group Halloran is a part of is multi-ethnic and multi-racial.
Fact: The Kim campaign is shitting in their collective pants.